West Michigan: Newsmakers Jan. 23, 2009




Mid-West Family making changes to start 2009

Mid-West Family Broadcasting in southwest Michigan has added web casting for its rock WIRX-FM 107.1 and news-talk WSJM-FM/AM in St. Joseph. WIRX has also started broadcasting in HD and plans on adding an HD2 channel sometime before summer. At WCXT-FM 98.3 Hartford, the dayparted smooth jazz programming has been dropped and the station now is formatted as hot adult contemporary around the clock. Finally, AM 940 South Haven has switched call sign from WHIT to WCSY to match simulcast partner oldies WCSY-FM 103.7.



Langford Broadcasting looking for sales person

WGTO and WDOW Cassopolis and Dowagiac are looking for a sales person. It's a commission-only position, but the list is unrestricted and there is no competition.

This is not a position for just anyone. Langford Broadcasting is looking for a person with natural sales ability that needs to have experience in media sales to be successful. An outstanding performance in this commission-only position will lead to a salaried sales position and long term management opportunity for the right person.

WGTO AM and WDOW AM make up Langford Broadcasting and are headquartered out of Dowagiac Michigan.

This sales position would cover all of the Michiana area. You select your hours and area. WGTO and WDOW are the only local stations in Cass County Michigan and you can seek any business without restriction. WGTO is a classic rock station WDOW is all sports.

For more information, contact Larry Langford at langfordbusiness@aol.com or (269) 782-5106.







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